Home Insurance

Co-op insures a large number of homes across Vermont and New Hampshire, and the reason is simple! Included in your premium, you receive access to identity theft resolution services from CyberScout and personal risk protection, which grants you access to valuable digital legal services, including wills, powers of attorney, healthcare directives and more.

Our homeowners’ policies can also be designed to protect not just your house or condo, but also your

  • Jewelry
  • Incidental home business
  • Antiques
  • Other valuables
  • Recreational / Utility Vehicles & Watercraft

Don’t own a home?  Co-op also offers renters insurance to cover your personal property.

Co-op’s claims service is fast and fair, our rates are competitive, with a variety of discounts and credits available, and our many payment options work with almost any budget. Talk to your local agent today!

Helpful Tips

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